It looks as if extra skilled wrestlers than ever earlier than try to make the leap from the squared circle to the silver display, presumably to observe within the footsteps of trailblazer Dwayne Johnson. After all, Andre the Large performed a outstanding position in cult traditional The Princess Bride, however he by no means turned a full-time actor, and the much less mentioned about Hulk Hogan’s Mr. Nanny and Santa with Muscle mass the higher.
The Huge Present Present could have been canceled by Netflix after one season, however the eponymous large nonetheless needs to play the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Kingpin, whereas Joe ‘Roman Reigns’ Anoa’i landed minor supporting elements in Johnson’s Hobbs & Shaw and Netflix hit The Unsuitable Missy. The most profitable transition thus far although has been that of Dave Bautista, who has carved out a strong area of interest for himself within the motion style whereas additionally displaying off some shocking dramatic and comedic chops, however John Cena isn’t too far behind.
The 43 year-old is slowly however absolutely making his approach up the Hollywood ranks and presently finds himself solid because the villain within the ninth installment of the Quick and Livid franchise, in addition to taking third billing behind Margot Robbie and Idris Elba in James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad. And now, some new fan artwork from Jackson Caspersz imagines Cena as a Marvel character, providing up an concept of how he might look because the Sandman.
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There’s clearly no rule in opposition to actors displaying up in each the MCU and DCEU, and if both Sony or Marvel determine that they need to use the Sandman in a future venture, then John Cena could be a strong alternative. He’d be much more of a bodily presence than the final time we noticed the character as a troubled soul in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3, however with a number of Spider-Man films and the Sinister Six venture within the works at rival studios, there undoubtedly appears to be a spot for Flint Marko to seem within the not-too-distant future.